My Top 10 Sports Books of 2020

December 24th, 2020 From Phil Jackson’s (coaching) perspective on the Chicago Bulls dynasty to Kobe Bryant’s beloved legacy; here, I am counting down my top 10 sports reads of 2020. #1 Eleven Rings, Phil Jackson and Hugh Delehanty The hugely popular sports documentary series The Last Dance captivated the world as it was released byContinue reading “My Top 10 Sports Books of 2020”

5 Tips for Student-Athletes

Some of you may be familiar with a podcast that I started called Keep it Running, with my friend Laura Dickinson. To provide some background, Laura was my roommate when we competed for Team Canada in Naples, Italy at the 2019 World University Games. The trip was incredible and I can easily say that theContinue reading “5 Tips for Student-Athletes”

How Logging Off Social Media Has Improved My Running

October 15th, 2020 https://www.instagram.com/reel/CFan0YIFQbQ/ About 4 weeks ago now, in mid-September, I decided to log off my personal Instagram account for 100 days and to only use my other social media platforms for necessary communication purposes. This decision came as a result of many factors telling me that I was spending far too much timeContinue reading “How Logging Off Social Media Has Improved My Running”

How I Returned to Running After a Stress Fracture

How it Happened? At the start of this year, I was setting my sights on competing for a spot on Canada’s 2020 Olympic track and field team. Since I had not yet achieved the time standard of 4:04 (my current personal best is 4:10) I would need a combination of factors to give myself theContinue reading “How I Returned to Running After a Stress Fracture”